At Highland Lakes Health Club we strive to deliver the most comprehensive holistic offerings possible so that our community can take their wellness journey to new heights. Explore this landing page to discovery new modalities of care, each with an expanded description page.
Offering a variety of modalities you can relax assured that every need will be met by a talented therapist. Our range of experience and training amongst our therapists means you will be in good hands. Sessions will always meet you where you are and gently usher you towards where you want to be.
Ashiatsu Massage offers slow moving, broad pressured, myofascial and stretch therapy techniques. Thai Massage offers a slow yet stretchy full body rebalancing on the floor. Table Thai/Shiatsu combines it all. Our skilled feet can get just as detailed as hands, but our body weight and gravity allows us to maintain consistent pressure at the depth your body “kneads.” Your nervous system reacts to this big-footed pressure the same as if it were a weighted blanket. Your muscles won’t need to clench from the pokey pain of elbows and fingers – it can melt under the rounded surfaces of our warm, clean, smooth feet.
Acupuncture is a complete and holistic medical system that has evolved and been improved upon for over 2,000 years into the effective form of health care that it is today. It had been outlawed in China in 1929 as part of China’s initiative to become more Westernized and was illegal in the United States. It was made legal again in China in the 1940’s and an initiative was set out to reconcile acupuncture with Western medicine. It became legal in the United States in 1976 largely due to the efforts of Miriam Lee whom had immigrated from China to the United States.
Acupuncture involves placing fine, sterile filaments at specific acupuncture points on the body. This activates the body’s qi and promotes the body’s natural healing and recuperative power. Much like how people don’t use 100% of their brain and muscles, people don’t use 100% of their body’s natural healing ability. Acupuncture can give a good boost to the body’s natural healing ability. Most often, this is enough to provoke the healing of chronic health issues and speed up recovery of ailments.
Students are often attracted to the Yoga Trapeze for spinal traction and passive backbends, but very quickly they learn that the functional pulling and grip strength offered compliments a mat-based yoga practice to create a full-body fitness routine.
A yoga practice or exercise routine that integrates The Yoga Trapeze, even if just once or twice per week, includes pushing, pulling, holding, twists, backbends, forward bends, hip opening and so much more. You can work your shoulders, calm your nerves, and leave class floating on air.
Experience pain relief at the speed of sound. Dive into the harmonic nature of our reality as we balance chakras, nerves, and endocrine centers of the body for a calibrated and renewed perspective.